Ruwan Wijewardena has been appointed by the new Prime Minister of Sri Lanka to defend Gota Go Gama.

Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe has given Ruwan Wijewardena the responsibility to provide shelter to the protest site in the Galle Face area . The newly elected Prime Minister said that the protest site should continue in order to bring a change to the island countrys current political situation .

Colombo, Sri Lanka, May 15 : Ranil Wickremesinghe, the newly elected Prime Minister of Sri Lanka, has said he has given Ruwan Wijewardena, the Sri Lankan State Minister of Defense and Deputy Leader of the United Nations Party, the responsibility to provide shelter to the protest site in the Galle Face area, which has been renamed by protesters.According to Colombo Page, the Sri Lankan Prime Minister has stated that in order to safeguard Gota Go Gama, a commission composed of the Mayor of Colombo has been elected to request the assistance of the Colombo Municipal Council.To maintain stability at this site, the operator of the Galle Face demonstration site, who is a representative of the Urban Development Authority, has been joined by a representative of the Ministry of Health, which is required for its activities, and another representative of the Army and the Police.According to the Prime Minister, the group living there is entitled to control the Gota Go Gama region, not the Sri Lankan government.

In an interview, the newly elected Sri Lankan Prime Minister said that the Gota Go Gama demonstration should continue in order to bring a change to the island country's current political situation.According to Colombo Page, the country's youth must take the initiative to fix the country's economic crisis.Protesters at Gota Go Gama had previously stuck to two specific demands, in which President Gotabaya Rajapaksa must resign and all Rajapaksa family members must leave the government.Sri Lanka is facing the biggest economic crisis since independence, with food and fuel shortages, rising prices, and power cuts impacting a significant number of residents.

Ranil Wickremesinghe was elected Prime Minister of Sri Lanka for a record sixth term.He has promised the Sri Lankan people that he would continue to provide petrol, diesel, and electricity to the island country.